England vs West Indies 12th Match Nehru Cup 1989 Article

Read the article of England vs West Indies 12th Match Nehru Cup 1989 - Nehru Cup one-day international tournament of the 12th ODI match played between West Indies and England at Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior in 27th October 1989.

A magnificent unbeaten 138 by opener Desmond Haynes and Pace bowler Malcolm Marshall's four-wicket haul sets up to West Indies comfortable 26-run victory over England in the 12th match of a Nehru Cup.

Match Stats :
  • Desmond Haynes became the third West Indies batsman to score a century against England in ODIs after Roy Fredericks and Viv Richards.
  • Desmond Haynes became the first batsman to scored 15 centuries in ODI cricket history.
  • Desmond Haynes' unbeaten 138 was his fourth highest score for West Indies in One-day international and the joint second highest-score by an West Indies batsman against England in ODIs, jointly with Viv Richards.

West Indies scored 265-5 in 50 overs with top scorer by Desmond Haynes hit a unbeaten 138 off 164-balls - which was his 15th ODI hundred and his first century against England in ODIs.

Richie Richardson cracked a 44 off 56-balls including 4-fours, Gus Logie 17, Viv Richards 16 and Malcolm Marshall 16.

England best bowler by Gladstone Small picked up 3-wickets for 39-runs in 10-overs.

England scored 239-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Robin Smith struck 65 off 74-balls including 7-fours & a six.

Graham Gooch scored 59 off 106-balls including four boundaries, Wayne Larkins hit 29 off 48-balls included 2-fours, David Capel 21 and Alec Stewart 20.

West Indies best bowler by Malcolm Marshall claimed a 4-wickets for 33-runs in 10-overs, Winston Benjamin took 2-wickets and one for Phil Simmons - Courtney Walsh.

Desmond Haynes named Player of the match for his magnificent batting performance to scored a unbeaten 138 off 164-balls including 12-fours and 2-sixes.



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